Ares is 19 ¾ inches at the withers (top of the shoulder) and weighs 38 pounds. He is black and white, symmetrically so. His face looks like it’s covered by a modified Batman mask, but with a white streak down the middle. He is intense — that much is noticeable in competition. He doesn’t bark so much as bellow. That’s the sound of the conqueror’s war cry, a blood curdling presage of remorseless dominance. At 10 years old, Ares is the reigning king of dog agility. He has two USDAA National Championship titles, eight gold medals, and two silver medals in IFCS World Championship competition. He’s first in the USDAA Agility Lifetime Achievement rankings. He holds a lead of more than 2,000 points over his competition. In victory, he certainly looks the part. Ares has a tendency to pose with a wide-open stance at the awards podium, facing down the world from his first-place pedestal with a piercing gaze. This is the Michael Jordan of dogs. You’ve likely never heard of him and likely do not care about the sport he owned. Perhaps you’ve seen and loved Olly, though. Over 11 million YouTube views have been visited upon this wayward… Read full this story
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